It will go towards funding simple but effective ideas such as introducing sanitation into people's homes, helping people like Rebecca Levi and her family.
"Public toilets were bad, very dirty, but you had to use them. If you didn't wash your hands you would have a bad stomach and cholera, but there was no water or soap. So when you finished, you just went about your normal work.
"We now have a toilet at home and my son attended hygiene training. He taught the rest of the family how to keep the toilet properly clean. And because of my new home toilet and the training, I'm dedicated to washing my hands after every use."
What your money can buy
£50 is enough to produce a newspaper article or radio programme promoting safe hygiene
£30 is enough to hire a trainer for one day to help the local community to keep the public toilets safe and clean
£5 is enough to produce materials promoting safe hygiene practices
Donate to this project